Tag Archives: Metaphor

Good Questions: Do geese know how to read?

I have been cleaning and culling and going through tonnes of stuff of late – and I every once in a while I come across a little treasure. The other day, in the midst of my organizing effort, I found … Continue reading

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Where choice lives… and thoughts on perspective

Craig and I recently spent two days in Vancouver… deeply engrossed and captivated by the presentations of Michelle Garcia Winner and Carol Gray. On Day 1: Doodle notes by a visual learner  (or a fidgiter??) from my first day of … Continue reading

Posted in Aspergers, Autism, Autistic Shadow Traits, Carol Gray, Michelle Garcia Winner, neuromajority, Neurotypical, perspective of others, Social Thinking, Space and Pace, valid perspectives, Visual Notes, Vygotsky | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Who am I? This is far more complicated than anticipated…

So I have been challenged by a blogger friend of mine to write a theme post: Who Am I… and I love a challenge! But now I am sitting here wondering if this should include a question mark as punctuation, … Continue reading

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